On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 11:52:53AM +1300, malcolm mcqueen wrote: > I have been having problems with network connections. Dropping out, and > slow. > On investigation using wireshark, I see I have many bad packets with > incorrect checksums. I remember a time when I was trying to track a network problem down and I had bad checksums, it worked out the bad checksums was being caused by an application injecting packets into the stack, and it was a reading error by wireshark, I found if I wiresharked from a different box the checksum was okay. I also found if I updated my driver (network ) to a newer version that also fixed problems as well (the problem was with checksum'ing) Alex > These may not be the source of my problem but I wish to get to the > bottom of this first. > > I am running Lenny amd on a Dell E520. > The problems occur on output for various types. > Some I can see at present are: > > ssh encrypted response packet, other ssh packets seem OK > HTTP GET , others seem OK > IMAP > DNS > > I have tried another network card with the same result and have run > memtest86. > > Malcolm McQueen > > > > > > -- "And so, in my State of the -- my State of the Union -- or state -- my speech to the nation, whatever you want to call it, speech to the nation -- I asked Americans to give 4,000 years -- 4,000 hours over the next -- the rest of your life -- of service to America." - George W. Bush 04/09/2002 Bridgeport, Conn.
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